News Headline: “Trump’s empire: A maze of debts and opaque ties.”
Or as Bernie Sanders puts it:
“Do we really want a president who is deeply, deeply in debt to banks all over the world?”
That was Bruce Bartlett, a senior policy analyst in the Reagan administration.
News Item: “. . . An aide to bill Clinton confirmed to CBS news that the meeting [with AG Loretta Lynch] wasn’t planned in advance. . . .”
Ronald Bruce Meyer, a Baltimore reader, writes:
“Was it possible the meeting was planned afterward?”
And can it be time for QT’s quadrennial reminder that “mano a mano” doesn’t mean “man to man,” but “hand to hand”?
WRITE TO QT: email@example.com
News Headline: “1,500 Americans accidentally end up in Canada during float trip.”
This is the kind of claim illegals typically make.
As we keep in mind that the United States is Canada’s Mexico.
News Headline: “Hillary Clinton’s campaign dismisses health concerns, demands Donald Trump’s medical records.”
Trump can’t release his medical records.
They’re being audited.
According to a new Congressional Budget Office report on Americans and wealth:
+ Those in the top 10 percent saw their wealth more than double since 1989.
+ Those at the 50th percentile saw their wealth increase 4 percent.
+ Those at the 10th percentile saw their wealth decrease 6 percent.
For those keeping track of the magic of the free marketplace.
News Headline: “Donald Trump cancels campaign events in Colorado, Nevada and Oregon.”
And have you noticed how he props himself up at lecterns.?
He smiles bravely.
But it should be obvious to anyone.
There is a serious health problem here.
News Headline: “Michele Bachmann: I’m advising Trump on foreign policy.”
Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria. . . .
News Headline: “Just imagining a workout can make you stronger: study.”
Keep up the good work, researchers!
News Headline: “12-year-old running Trump campaign office in Colorado.”
Representing, as he does, a key Trump demographic.